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C.R.I. Pumps Launches Friction Free Design Technology Print E-mail
Written by Krishna Kumar   
Saturday, 14 May 2011
Coimbatore: CRI Pumps Private Ltd has launched it's FF (Friction Free) Design Technology, based on Computational Fluid Dynamics in the design of diffusers and impellers to help reduce frictional losses.

In order to achieve Friction Free Performance, Pump parts are machined with high surface finishing. Thrust bearings and bush bearings are machined with high precision CNC machines for high accuracy and high surface finish which reduces friction and avoid restrictions on motor RPM.

Splines couplings are used to reduce coupling losses, while the use of hexagonal pump shafts helps transfer full revolution to impeller. The company uses a large number of multi-tasking machine tools for its production.

"Conceptually and in terms of design, processes and assembly, the major components that make up the pump have been put to test and designed better to give customers what they expect from a pump – more water discharge, less power consumption, minimal maintenance and most importantly, trouble free performance," stated a technical expert working at C.R.I.

C.R.I. Pumps operates from 29 branches and more than 3000 dealers that cater to diverse customer profiles including agriculture, domestic users, industrial markets, mining, sewage & waste water and commercial applications.

 
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